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Art Therapy in the COVID-19 Era: Inspirations Abound from Munch to Dutch Masters and Toilet Tissue

Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing, said, “Variety of form and brilliancy of color in the object presented to patients are an actual means of recovery.” We all need some #ArtTherapy in this #StayHome COVID-19 era, #AloneTogether to #FlattenTheCurve. Yes, I’ve been spending too much time connecting on social media. Can you tell I’m… Read More »

LAPD officers disperse 40 party-goers from one-year-old girl’s birthday

LAPD breaks up party (Credit: screenshot) Mayhem ensued in the Hyde Park area of Los Angeles this past weekend after approximately 40 people showed up to celebrate a child’s first birthday, in spite of nationwide directives to, “stay at home” and LAPD officers had to break it up. Footage taken at the scene on Saturday,… Read More »

What Everybody Ought to Know About Working from Home – Advice from Darren A. Smith, CEO of Making Business Matter (MBM)

COVID19 has challenged businesses to rethink remote working, yet many have no idea how to work from home productively, manage their wellbeing, and avoid isolation. The UK had 4.2 million people that work from home, which is 13.9% of the workforce, according to the Office of National Statistics survey in 2014[1]. Social distancing means that… Read More »

Why the COVID-19 death rate varies dramatically from country to country

As COVID-19 continues to churn through the world’s population, one fact looms like a giant warning sign over the pandemic: the mounting, tragic death toll in Italy. Bodies stacked up in churches, overburdened crematoria and a convoy of trucks moving the deceased have been among the defining images of the crisis. But Italy’s huge, nearly… Read More »